Icon™ Laser Wrinkle Reduction Treatments

If you’ve begun noticing more wrinkles, our aesthetic laser treatments are designed to give you a smoother, more youthful appearance. Laser wrinkle reduction treatments with the Icon Aesthetic System work to improve the tone and texture of facial wrinkles. PicoSure® Focus laser treatments are also used to treat wrinkles. And we use the Pelleve® laser to reduce the appearance of crow’s feet. These treatments are non-invasive, meaning they don’t include the pain and side effects associated with a more invasive surgery to treat wrinkles. These treatments are available in St. Louis for the first time at the Women’s Laser Center of St. Louis!

 

  • No Surgery or Scars
  • No Anesthesia Required
  • Effective on Most Skin Types
  • No Downtime

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How do laser skin revitalization treatments work?

The Icon Aesthetic System uses fractional microbeams of laser energy delivered directly to the skin. This alters the tissue in the epidermis and the dermis, which triggers a healing response from your body. The natural healing process creates new and healthy collagen to rejuvenate skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Laser skin revitalization treatments are safe for most skin types and are non-invasive, unlike other options for wrinkle reduction.

What to expect during wrinkle removal

Laser wrinkle removal treatments take less than a half hour to perform. You can typically see results after a single treatment, although patient experience may vary. This is considered to be moderately uncomfortable, but Contact Cooling™ technology helps to make this more comfortable for the patient. Laser skin revitalization provides long-lasting results in your skin’s tone and texture to help you look and feel more youthful.* Since there is no anesthesia required, you may return to your regularly scheduled activities following treatment without any downtime.

 

Call today to schedule a consultation and make your outer appearance match how you feel on the inside!

 

*individual patient experience may vary